While it is our usual policy to conduct worship in-person no matter the weather, because worship is first of all an offering to God and the Eucharist is the highest form of our praise to God, in the exceptional circumstances of the amount of snowfall and low temperatures, we will worship together via ZOOM, January 14.
The main church building will be closed.
I encourage your active participation. The link for tomorrow’s bulletin is here. The link for tomorrow’s Zoom meeting is here. The Zoom worship meeting will open by 9:45am tomorrow. You can also access these links on the church website.
We will stay on Zoom for an informal period of fellowship and visiting following tomorrow’s 10am Zoom service.
If you have technical questions about Zoom or accessing tomorrow’s live, real-time service, send them to Mother Susan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please stay safe and warm and I look forward to seeing you on the screen tomorrow for worship. We will celebrate what is called a “Liturgy of the Word” which is basically the first half of the Eucharistic service with a couple of additional elements. A children’s sermon will be offered, though there will be no Sunday School afterwards.
Father Kevin Goodrich OP
“Doubts ok, questions welcome, please, come as you are.”
Rector, St. John’s Episcopal Church, Dubuque, Iowa